arduino water pump

 


 
It’S, a water system in which there are two water tanks, one water pump, a couple user and as well as water tank level, sensors, as well as some outputs, some water solenoids, and I basically need to have a logic and a brain and that’s. Where I came in with the Arduino and I basically wanted to set a certain set of conditions, you know one only one thing can be filling at a time, certain time delays and what have you and that’s. Why I needed a logic, and I couldn’t just do your traditional control panel, where it’s just properly wired in a junction box? So basically, what I’ve got here is I’ve got a nice fiberglass exterior enclosure in front of this box. I’Ve got some pilot lights, indicating the conditions or the status of each input and output, as well as a manual override switch that should the the pump need to be turned on manually. The water solenoids can be activated just by twisting their heads and then going on manually as well, just as an added feature. The way I’ve got it set up here – and this is only temporary I’ve – still got to put this USB before the proof panel. Male connector. These essentially would be my three inputs to water tank level, sensors and a manual input which I’ve just got a selector switch on here for for testing line power in a line power out for the pump and then your three outputs, which are three water, solenoids we’ll.

Take a look inside part of the system. We’Ve got the Arduino red 3 uno, as well as down here on the bottom AC line, bus with circuit breakers, single, full circuit, breaker, AC, motor contactor motor outputs and then, as well as our inputs and outputs I’ve got DC. Outputs DC inputs rather and ACF, was for the solenoids here. I’Ve got our protected bus as well as a 12 VDC up with power supply, small power supply as well as 24 volt AC protected bus 12v DC protected bus, a couple slimmer, slimline, fender relays, our Arduino. Obviously, up here, we’ve got a small control transformer that you find in your HVAC system just to get power for the solenoids, and here is our st. smart, low level logic relay board to take the Arduino logic out to larger relays. They handle load they’re, seeing something small enough to handle to be under the threshold above or the Arduino can handle in each pin up to the door. I’Ve got a nice little door, harness up to some pilot lights and a selector switch that I showed you on the front side. So let’s turn this guy on. Let me just whip the breaker. Now the system is live and I can show you what’s going on. First thing: I’ll show: you is the manual pump switch now the pump is on. This is just turning the pump on and that’s it and it’s light. Basically – and everything else would have to be done manually after stress, I thought would be a nice feature if we had to come down to that and now I’m going to show you the first inputs.

These are micro switches. This actually is inside the the water tank sensor, just encapsulated and so I’m, going to turn it on now. The lights on, tell me which pumps going on it turns on the solenoid opens that up and then a three second delay to turn the pump on turn. It off now the pumps off would be a three second delay for the solenoid. Your colors again switch to same deal, solenoids open now, pumps on tanks, full pumps off and now the solenoid will let the water back out for three seconds, not totally sure I’ll probably have to point them in the field to get that synchronization just right, and then Our selector switch will be filled mounted, probably in a junction box just for more manual use, but it is really just turning on a solenoid sign, you’re going to see that guy come on, and this is just drawing off of the one of the water tanks. So obviously you know if you used up all the water with this manual guy it’s, going to you’re going to find out and then you’re going to turn this off and it will wait in line and pick up. The other inputs from these water level. Tank sensors – and that is pretty much it. This is the first project with the Arduino I’m pretty happy with the way it’s coming out so far. I will wait to see there’s some minor bugs and kinks to work out with some sensory issues, but I think a lot of it.

 
 

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  1. Hello!! Thank you for your great project!!

    Have you the electronical/electrical shematic? and source code?

    best regards!!! ++

  2. Nice one! 🙂 Any reason why you used a microcontroller/Arduino board instead of a PLC? Also what kind of rubbers did you use to isolate the snap-action switches/sensors? naqueles fim-de-curso verdes 😉

    1. If I had to do it again in today’s day and age I would have. The options are endless these days for even just $100. What do you mean on the switch isolation? Those were just demos for testing, the actual float switches are the typical encased float switches where they are the rocker switches sealed in a plastic case with a roller ball to actuate based on the float level.

  3. Hay Brain, Cool project is there a way we can Download your Source code as PDF file?, Come on Brain this not your First Arduino Project ! but Love it.

  4. great desing, can you share with us your projects the construction phase with details ? Which materials do you use for example.

  5. Dear sir I like your Project I won’t make it this project but some change you will help me. give mi your email id I will explain thanks u

  6. I don’t get it. You are using industrial cabinet, buttons, power supply, interface relays etc… and you put arduino. Why not an PLC or programmable relay (Meller for eg.)???

    1. Piotr, look at the video date. This was just before the advent of cheap $100 open source PLCs and that was my objective. It was also a great learning exercise.

  7. Man. First – congratz for your english. I thought you were american, but I see that the box is in portuguese, are you from Portugal or Brazil? Second – beautifully done, just a piece of art, I really enjoy watching that level of quality. If I would make a video about “how to: professional looking project” I would just post your video. All levels protections, everything in rails, indications, accuracy, professional schematics, all wires with id codes and so on. Great job. I don’t know what is better in this video, the esthetics or functionality, everything is just so nice! haha cheers

  8. level of details is beyond belief i built many things ftom garden water control to coffee roasters but none looks this good kudos!

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